tv KRON 4 Early News KRON February 4, 2014 4:00am-6:01am PST
>> this morning on the kron 4 morning news. interstate-80-- shutdown last night after an officer involved shooting. why police say it was all over a stolen truck from concord. >> plus-- new details into the death of a three- year old napa girl. the mother and her boyfriend expected in court today. more on the string of police calls to their home. we'll also hear from a stunned neighbor. >> and freezing temperatures hitting the bay area this week. but just how cold is it going to get in your area? we'll have your tuesday morning weather forecast next. >> the kron 4 morning news starts right now. >> february 4th. i'm james fletcher. >> and im anny hong
>> we are tracking the possibility of storms. here is erica with the forecast. >> it is starting to feel like winter finally here in the bay. not only are we dealing with subfreezing temperatures. santa rosa is currently at 31 degrees. here is a look at other locations san francisco has a high of 45 degrees. it is chilly outside. we have not even hit the morning low. the temperatures will continue to drop. here is a look at 9:00 a.m.. most locations will be in the 40's. by lunchtime it will be milder. you can expect makes the sun and clouds and the temperatures won't climb into the upper 50s by 3:00
p.m.. >> here is a look picture afternoon high san mattel will have a high of 54. 57 for napa and santa rosa. although we are dry on satellite and radar we are tracking a system that could bring rain to the coast line as we head into the next couple of days. unsettled weather will arrive wednesday night and will continue as a person. it will be cool on friday with a chance for rain returning as we transition into the weekend. finally, wet weather to celebrate about. >> traffic around the bay we're not looking at any serious accidents but we have areas of over night construction. this usually raps about 5:00 a.m.. if you are going to the bay bridge all is clear and there are no metering lights to deal with. your drive time is at
12 minutes. taking a live look at the golden gate bridge they have pretty clear conditions and no problems with the visibility. >> police in solano county shut officer- involved shooting last night. it happened near dixon, close to the off-ramp of pedrick road. police say the suspect in this case was accused of assault with a deadly weapon in sacramento. when they received a call regarding a stolen white truck out of concord, they investigated further and found this was the same suspect. california highway patrol saw the suspect on interstate 80 and pulled him over. that's when police say the the officers.forcing him to shoot. line one of the officers and this charged one firearm striking the subject. he went down. immediately, they tried to render a first aid and take him out of the line when he became combative. >> the suspect was taken to
a hospital in vacaville with unknown injuries. police had interstate 80 eastbound shut down for several hours for the >> a mother and her boyfriend are behind bars for the suspected of killing a 3-year- old. kayleigh slusher was found dead in a napa apartment over the weekend. her mother, sara krueger, and krueger's boyfriend, ryan scott warner, were spotted at a restaurant in el cerrito. they were later arrested at the el cerrito - del norte bart station. neighbors of krueger say she was a good mother.and it wasn't until warner moved in that they began to notice alarming changes. >> she was trying to better her life. the little girl-- she was trying to be a teacher and she was going to school. it seemed like she was doing good and last year, he will then and six months later she change. >> last friday, kayleigh's
grandmother called police.saying she was afraid krueger was under the influence of drugs and not able to take care of kayleigh. police investigated and could not find any evidence of drug use. the next day, kayleigh was found dead. results of the autopsy have yet to be released. police say kayleigh showed signs of blunt force trauma and being sexually assaulted. >> a teenage oakland boy, accused of murdering his 17- year-old sister made his first court appearance yesterday. the 14-year-old is facing one count of murder for the shooting death of justice toliver. the teen is also facing several gun -related charges. he made his courtroom appearance, at the alameda county juvenile justice center, where his attorney says, the case will remain. >> yes, the case will remain here. he will be adjudicated as a minor not an adult. >> i'm very happy for that. with that being said, that sets the table to what we can work with. we can get
this young man the assistance that they need as opposed to be focused on punishment or retribution. >> >> the judge *denied a request to release the teen to the custody of his family, however, the court will allow the boy to attend his sister's funeral, accompanied by a probation officer. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news-- the former teacher accused in a youtube video of child sex abuse has now been arrested. i'm andrew spencer; i'll have her attorney's reaction to more than a dozen felony charges, coming up. >> plus, the midwest and east coast prepare for yet another storm that is expected to hit today. while higher residents are already complaining about the icy
>> los gatos is the next city to see a plastic bag ban. according to city officials, retail stores in los gatos are now banned from single use plastic bags. you have to either bring a resuable bag or pay ten cents for a recyclable paper bag. restaurants and non profits are exempt. stores that provide services.like dry cleaning.are also exempt. the ordinance was adopted back in september. los gatos joins 23 other cities in san mateo and santa clara counties in the campaign to prevent environmental damage. >> san francisco city attorney dennis herrera has filed a lawsuit against a social network site, saying it puts minors at risk. meet-me - dot - com is a popular social networking site that allows strangers to interact. herrera says, the pennsylvania- based company -- violates california laws -- by relying on legally invalid consent from minors -- ages 13 to 17 -- to reveal their personal
information to strangers. the suit alleges that dozens of minors nationwide. have been targeted by predators and child stalkers. who prey on victims through the social networking site. the lawsuit is seeking a court order. to have meet- me -dot com follow state laws. or face a 25- hundred dollar fine for each violation. >> meet me dot com released its response to the lawsuit. it says -- quote -- "we care deeply about the safety of all of meet -me's users. we review hundreds of thousands of photos posted to our services every day. and we compare the information provided by our users to a sex- offender registry." >> a former teacher accused in a youtube video of child sex abuse has now been arrested. she resigned, two weeks ago, from her job as a school administrator in southern california. andrew spencer reports the video made by an alleged victim has resulted in more than a dozen criminal charges. linejamie says she didn't
think this video would go viral so quickly. >> "you should be so ashamed and so disgusted with yourself." >> "i am. i am." >> she recorded herself confronting a former teacher about the sexual abuse she says she suffered at her hands. monday night, sheriff's deputies arrested that teacher. andrea michelle cardosa now faces 16 felony charges: five counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and 11 counts of lewd acts on a child. cardosa was most recently an administrator at alhambra high school in riverside, california. that's the school jamie says she called in this video, asking to speak to cardosa. >> "i was only 12 years old when i met you. do you realize that you brainwashed me and you manipulated me and that what you did was wrong?" >> "yes, and i regret it." >> cardosa resigned on january 17 -- not long after the video was uploaded on youtube. another person claiming to be a victim has since filed a complaint, accusing cardosa's former school
district of negligence. jamie says the abuse happened "off and on" for six years, starting when she was 12. as an adult, she says she considered going to the police, but she thought the statute of limitations had run out. in a statement released late monday night, cardosa's attorney says it's his duty "to see justice prevails in the midst of the media wildfire. fortunately, our justice system requires more than a youtube video to determine the facts of a case." >> i'm andrew spencer, reporting >> live in the weather center do not be surprised if you encounter a frost. the temperatures are dipping below and i will have full details of what to expect when we return.
bringing accumulating snow and ice. and the northeast gets more snow late today into early tomorrow morning. up to 7 inches of snow in the new york area. that's on top of the 8 inches that's already arrived. a third storm system could hit over the weekend. >> video out of ohio makes the streets look more like ice skating rinks. residents in akron have been complaining about icy road conditions on neighborhood streets. the city receiving hundreds of calls about it. a cab driver says she can't even get to her own house very easily. >> i i-that's our roads here are terrible it did not do too good. >> the city says it sent out a dozen trucks to salt the roads yesterday. dumping 120 tons of salt. and now, crews are preparing for the next storm tonight. and >> i was speaking with my sister. she was telling may
about heavy snow that fell. >> the east coast is getting much more winter weather. >> we're also started to share their temperatures. i think it was probably in the 40's. >> i am sure that erica will know. >> as we take a look at satellite and radar it does not look too impressive but this storm is want to develop and we may see 6 in. of snow for the southern and central plains. we may see over a foot of snow for places like philadelphia. this is a very potent system that will bring a lot snow. a hundred million people will be affected by this and we may see big delays at airports. >> in the bay, the cold temperatures are the big story. you may encounter
frost. 31 degrees currently in napa. we have not hit the morning lows and the temperatures will continue to bottom out. we will hit those lows on right around sunrise. as we head into the afternoon we are talking about a mixture of sun and clouds and seasonally warm temperatures. 56 degrees for santa clara and redwood city will have a high of 56. we will keep temperatures mainly in the low 50's at the san ramon valley. san francisco will be a 54 degrees. upper 50s for places like napa and petaluma. here is a look at satellite and radar. we're waking up to dry conditions however we do have changes to talk about that we may see rain as early as wednesday night. futurecast 4 shows the clouds are born to command. >> when we put the clock into motion your evening ride home will see light
rain for the golden gate bridge, bay bridge and san francisco. as we continue to a factor you will see that the bulk of the moisture will fall and late night wednesday. we will continue with this and possibly pop up showers for thursday morning. when this system is done, most locations will see about a 10th of an inch. we may see a quarter of an inch along the coastal hills. >> we're not done just yet. although we return to cold temperatures on friday, we are gearing up for more storms on saturday and sunday. >> more details on this coming up in my next report. >> all is fine on the bay bridge toll plaza, in fact when she pay the toll--the drive time is 12 minutes from the foot of the maids are approaching fremont.
over the san mateo bridge, is shaping up to be a easy ride just 12 minutes. the golden gate bridge is problem free with a lot of space. as we take it over to the traffic maps, highway 24 and forced macarthur mayes that-although we have a bit of slowing in berkeley, it is down to a cash-to drive time is not affected about 13 minutes from hercules and to berkeley. >> governor brown doesn't want the federal government intervening in the california drought. he's calling congressional efforts to address the crisis as a "divisive intrusion" in the state's efforts. in a letter sent yesterday, he's asking lawmakers to oppose a new bill. the bill would let farmers pump more water from the sacramento-san joaquin it would also create a committee to tackle water problems. state officials said last week they won't send any water from the state's reservior system.
brown says federal legislation would interfere with state's efforts. >> california has fined two companies that worked as subcontractors on the implosion of a power plant whose shrapnel flew into a crowd of more than 1,000 people. one man's leg was severed. the bakersfield californian and kbak radio report that the california department of occupational safety and health, or cal-osha, fined wyoming-based demtech $14,000 and california's alpha explosives $14,400 for the same "serious" violations in the august demolition of the pacific gas & electric plant. cal-osha says the companies failed to properly evaluate the dangers of the demolition, including the type of dynamite used and the size of the blast area. company representatives could not be immediately reached for comment. no action is planned against property owner pg&e or primary contractor cleveland wrecking co. >> drug officials fear the apparent drug overdose of actor philip seymour hoffman is evidence of a trend: a sharp increase in americans' use of heroin. c-n-n's brian todd reports. >> envelopes in his apartment- believed to contain heroin, according to
law enforcement sources. along with more than 20 syringes. if he did overdose on heroin- philip seymour hoffman's final hours reflect what u-s officials say is a menacing tide. >> "we have an explosion in heroin use in this country." >> in a 2002 survey, according to the government, 166-thousand americans said they'd used heroin in the past month. now: >> ".about 333-thousand people are using it every month." >> heroin-overdose deaths in the u-s went up 45-percent between 2006 and 2010, according to the c-d-c. one big reason for the rise in use: the nationwide crackdown on prescriptionpill abuse. those drugs are now harder to get. and more expensive than heroin. >> "on the street if it's going to cost you 80-dollars to get a pill for some opiate-type of pharmaceutical drug- versus 10-dollars for a bag of heroin. that's what we see." >> the highs from presrciption-drugs and heroin can be similar. >> "it has a similar long-
term effect of mellowing people out and kind of numbing them." >> .though heroin tends to give people that high- in a quicker rush. d-e-a officials say going from prescription drugs to heroin is especially dangerous- because unlike prescription drugs, doses of heroin are very inconsistent, and can be laced with deadly additives. last month, at least 22 people in western pennsylvania died after using heroin that had been mixed with fentanyl- a narcotic sometimes used to treat pain in cancer patients. this young man named andrew was almost one of them. >> "i just finished doing, you know, the heroin, and i walked into the bathroom -- and i just woke up on the ground." >> experts say fentanyl is mixed with heroin to enhance the high. it only takes a small amount of fentanyl to get you hooked. or to kill. >> "it's done in terms of micro-grams. so tiny." >> "and if you mix any of that with heroin, what happens?" >> "it's hard to dilute it - so the heroin-user has no
idea what they're getting. and they put that into their arm, laced with fentanyl and it's a deadly- it's what we call hot-shots." >> james capra says police are telling them that it's not untypical to see a user who's injected fentanyl with heroin-- dead, with the needle still in their arm. it can kill you that quickly. >> it is quite cold in other parts of the day. we will talk about the cold temperatures in a series of storms that are hitting the bay area this weekend.
>> happy birthday, up facebook! the social network co-founder by mark zuckerberg in a harvard dormitory room turns 10 today. now, facebook has 1.2 billion users. just about how the side has given new meaning to words. on a friend, tag and polk, to make a few. by the way, there's 6 billion likes per day. >> the f-d-a is targeting at-risk youth in their latest anti-smoking campaign. the campaign called "the real cost" will be on tv, radio and social media. its goal is to target ages 12 to 17 that are open to or already smoking. the f-d-a says more than 700 kids under 18 become smokers every day.
the campaign will cost 115- million dollars. >> accomodating religious holidays into the academic calendar is not sitting well with some university of california students. the policy requires that no move-in day conflict with a major religious holiday. the jewish holiday, rosh hashanah, falls at the end of september this year. as a result, students will have a two week winter break, rather than three weeks. an online petition against the change posted by a u-c davis student has garnered more than 27-thousand signatures so far. university officials say they cannot change the calendar. >> the time at this for 20 7:00 a.m.. >>is for20 7:00 a.mcoming up ona
>> welcome back. it is cold outside. it may be cold for the next few days. >> we're coming up on 4-30. here are the big stories we're working on for you this morning. >> police near dixon opened fire on a man who was wanted for an assault in sacramento. there received a call about a stolen white truck and found out it was the same suspects. the chp pulled him over on interstate 80 but the man
charged that one officer forcing them to shoot. >> and teen who shot and killed sister will be tried in juvinile court- not allowed to say teens name in script according to his attornery but we can say the sisters name. >> charges are expected today against a mother and her boyfriend both the suspects in the death of the three year-old girl. >> we are noticing a pattern change and cooler temperatures. we do have a series of storms headed our way. we are picking up mainly chilly conditions. it is clear outside and you will encounter some areas of frost. and when we head into the afternoon those numbers
will climb and i believe we will see only mid to upper 50s. we do have rain on the way for tomorrow night and by tomorrow evening was start to see rain along the coast. for totals we may see a tent of an inch and a quarter of an inch for the coastal hills. we may catch a break on friday but then we are back in it this system may bring more rain to the north. >> you will see this on your 7 day around the bay. we pretty much have a chance for rain before every day. i think we will be delight showers. more details coming up. >> we're not monitoring any
hot spots. we have areas of overnight and structureast cons. the san mateo bridge has no wait and traffic conditions are equal. as for the golden gate bridge, it is a little hazy and we have no problems with visibility. the drive time is under 25 minutes into the city. >> the presidio trust called an end to the completion for the 8 a. side on crissy field conveyed by star wars creator george lucas and two other would-be developers. kron4 jackie sissel is and the presidio
in san francisco with the latest. >> there were three proposals involved. the most notable one was a george lucas. he pledged about $700 million to put this museum in here. but the trust decided against all of these proposals and stated that they felt like any of these outfits the bill. so, what will happen. they are not sure what will happen. eventually, this is going to be right along--as far as this, they're upset because they thought they did everything they needed to do. they stated that he is enthusiastic and we had a chance to speak to a spokesperson and stated how
disappointed he was. >> he believes that this museum is a gift to young people, families for the future. so he is anxious to develop this. i think he is surprised to hear that after four years, there is another side. >> that was basically what they stated. he just was not--this was not the right side. they're going to look to see if there is another location. as far as this, nothing is going to be done, this will stay where it is set. they will continue to look at other proposals. as of yesterday, we thought we would receive answers. it does not feel that this is what happen. >> it seems as if the process continues. >> the police department has
a swat team. >> >> kron 4's ongoing investigation into the friendly fire. fatal shooting of bart police officer tom smith continues we looked into why the transit police department's swat team. was not called in during last months' probation search. we were the first to bring you information from a former bart police officer, who described the moments before officer michael maes fired his weapon killing sgt. smith the officer who asked us to conceal his identity questions the decision not to call in the swat team he talks to kron4's haaziq madyun in a story you will only see here. maligned they stated that
the use of team members enhances the safety of police personnel. why were not-as they call this a clear this before they allowed tom smith and three other officers to go inside? the police chief stated >> this is not a swat call. this is a probation search which is not uncommon. >> however, this former colleague stated that he is convinced that this call should have been made. >> the danger that was presented. the lack of training that these officers have. at that point they should have backed out. if they had done this properly, that probably did not have this. they could have just way. there was no
urgency for them to do this. >> the chief stated that his non swat officers including the one that killed the officer all have the appropriate level of training. >> as far as mike, he is very experienced. obviously, something did not go the way that he wanted. you can have all the training and experience in the world. we can train our people every other day. on an off day, something like this can go wrong. >> this former cop stated issued a fellow officer is avoidable if officers are properly trained. >> he died by a another officer. that is so tragic. how often does this happen.
align it is time for the tech report with gabe slate. >> google has been ordered to move their mystery barge out of the bay. the san francisco conservation commission stated that they have to move this project away from treasure island. it has been docked here for months because it does not have the required permits. here is pictures from our partnership with abc 7 news. it is born to be a floating show room for google projects like a google glasses and other things. >> this huge structure has
had no activity since october and it has nothing but a security guard to keep things off hand. it is not allowed, the state agency shut down stated that they could move to another location in the sensors called bay. >> here is their response. " we received the letter from the conservation center. we are reviewing it. " >> this may or may not become reality but if it does, which you want to even go a shot on it? the bay is cold and windy. depending on where it is located on the waterfront, it might be really hard to get to. it may not be any transportation to or parking. getting there could be difficult but, if it does exist, would you want to
shop there? >> i wanted to check with shoppers to see if they would shop there. this is what my father. >> obviously, i would not buy anything there. >> i will look at it, but i would not buy anything there. >> it would just depend on what they're selling. >> would you check it out? >> yes. >> we shop it will go bargi wane product. i would also like the location and the deal. >> i also like to hear from you. would you shop at the google barge floating show room? you can send me a tweet .
>> it is the winter that just won't quit. the east coast is getting blasted with cold air and snow once again. while much of the mid-west braces for an ice storm. in parts of the northeast. as much as ten -inches of snow is expected. the new york city area could get half a foot. crews have already cleaned up eight- inches of snow from the roads there. new york's mayor says, workers are out in full force. but warns residents. more snow is on the way. >> today i can tell you that things will be messy. snow is coming down faster than we comply with. we are facing now one but two small onestorms. >> the midwest is also gearing up for what's being called a significant ice storm. the storm expected to hit oklahoma city, kansas city, st louis, chicago and detroit between now and
wednesday. >> the bay area got a little rain yesterday. but the sierra nevada got snow -- and a lot of it. a continuation of what happened late last week. kron4 j.r. stone is in the south lake tahoe area where local shops and resorts are welcoming the new snow. >> everyone is really excited. it is really awesome to see. >> how much has it sold? they have seen 30 in.. north star has seen 16 in.. squaw valley scene 14 in.. >> a manager stated that he had his busy its monday, superbowl sunday had a steady flow of skiers. >> there was a lot of
demands on the market. we have president's day come in and people are booking rooms. >> i am ready for snow. i am ready for more customers to come through. >> the temperatures are expected to stay cool and some forecast models are stating that two small snow systems may come. >> i have been watching the weather about every 15 minutes. >> i am hoping that it happens. >> we may see snow as early as tomorrow. in the meantime we are dealing with very cold temperatures. vallejo has a high of 27 degrees. we are at freezing in santa rosa. the same for you in livermore. it is chilly but
as we move into the afternoon we will pick up to mid to upper 50s. in fact, this is where the members should be. you can expect cloud cover to increase. 58 degrees for the alta mott valley. we will stay in the low 50's and 57 along the delta. >> 54 degrees, little warmer for the bottle. 58 will be your high for oakland. although, we are dry you can see the clouds are racing. we are dealing with a shift in the weather pattern. we may see even more rain as early as tomorrow. >> by 6:00 p.m. your evening ride may see rain. it looks like iran will continue and my 9:00 a.m. tomorrow a lot of us what immoderate land. the showers will continue and we will see spotty showers for thursday when this is all this done. we
may see a 10th of an inch and about a quarter of an inch for the postal bill. a dry breaks on friday but we are back in this. in fact, we may continue with unsettled weather even for the next work with. more details on the changing forecast coming up. >> right now, i want to look at the bridges. all is well at the bay bridge toll plaza. we are currently is a debt free. the san mateo bridge what amiss slightly up. it is still an easy ride in fact, the drive time is 12 to 13 minutes. taking it over to the golden gate bridge, we are problem free and the drive is 23 minutes into the city. over to the traffic maps, northbound 1 01 is a smooth ride. we are problem free along interstate 280. northbound 85, we are in joint green on
the sensors. >> a new report places the blame for the death of lynne spalding. the woman found in a san francisco general stairwell. on the hospital and the sheriff's department. the attorney for lynne spalding's children will file a claim later this month against sf general hospital and the san franciscoriff's department. inspectors shows that a doctor ordered a "coach or sitter" for spalding. and said to never leave her unattended. and when spalding did go missing. the sheriffs department did not search all the hospital stairwells. despite an order to do so. >> they did not do that. so, where does it start? obviously, it's started with the hospital and it just became worse. their art deputies who stated that the investigation that they never considered it a war. they stated that they
thought it was a search if they had time. >> both the hospital and sheriff's office say they've made changes and improvements in the wake of spalding's death. >> the proposed plan for the new san francisco waterfront arena for the warriors, is being pushed back. the team gave the arena a time-out, putting the arena on hold for a year. so, it won't open until 2018 -- at the earliest. kron4 alecia reid learned, the time out could be for an extended period of time. >> the capacity of 18,000,
residents are concerned about the traffic. >> it will make live in in this neighborhood very, very unhappy. >> with only 500 parking spaces available, most people will have to use other forms of transportation. >> we have 10 different lines within walking distance. so, from this standpoint i think it is better. you are likely to drive your car there. >> they will be meeting once a month for the rest of the year to inform residents about the project and listen to comments. >> coming up on the kron 4 news. the latest on the domain name and we will let you know when it is set to begin. >> here is a live look outside from mount tam. it
>> welcome back. big changes are coming this week that may affect what we type in to get to websites. it is being called an internet land rush-- a huge portion of new, untouched 'land', or domain names will be released online. right now -- there are only twenty-two top domain names -- such as dot-com, dot-org and dot-net. the last part of the domain names. control about 111- million internet addresses. more than one-thousand new existence today. including dot-art, dot-plumbing, and dot-clothing. to name a few. >> the newly crowned superbowl champions at seahawks touch down in seattle on monday. the team trounced petyon manning and
the denver broncos 43-8. this is the first time that the lombardi trophy is coming to seattle. the city is planning a victory parade for the team tomorrow morning. >> the sharks do something they have not done a 14 years. they lost to the flyers. philadelphia scored four goals in the third period to beat the sharks 5- 2. >> coming up on the kron4 new is at 5:00 a.m.. the mother of a toddler killed and napa will appear in court this morning along with her boyfriend, both accused and the little girl's death. we are live in napa with the latest. >> a former teacher under arrest for a student posting a video the telling sexual abuse. will show you the video that led to the rest. >> san francisco is showing
4 news. new details in the death of a three year old napa girl. her mother and her mother's boyfriend are expected in court today. >> a brutal today on wall street. investors are hoping to pick back up today. >> we have freezing temperatures hitting the bay area this week. just how cold is it going to get where you live? we are tracking your tuesday morning forecast. >> kron 4 news at 5:00 a.m. starts now. >> good morning. to thank you for joining us. >> i did feel that it was cold the second that i came outside. >> you may encounter frost especially for the north. we're looking at temperatures around freezing. >> 32 degrees for napa and 32 currently in vallejo. we
are currently looking exercise and we do have clouds that are racing in. for the afternoon you can expect temperatures to be in the mid 50s. into tomorrow, rain will arrive in we will continue with spotty showers for thursday morning. we are definitely not a sing a different pattern and i will have full details of what to expect. >> good morning. a quiet start for the morning commute. we are not tracking any hot spots. only a little bit of slowing for interstate 580 in the westbound direction. the south bay peninsula is all pretty light. there is a stalled bus but it will not slow your ride. >> a mother and her boyfriend accused of killing a toddler will appear in court today. kayleigh
slusher was found dead in a napa the apartment over the weekend. a vigil it has been growing outside of the home. kron4 will tran is live with details. >> the scandals are burning and people are still sleeping at this time. i can tell you that there is not a candle that is not burning because people want to keep her memories alive. this has been growing for days in fact, there was one duster they afternoon and people came out and they're trying to wrap their minds around what happened. they stated that she was a happy child. they stated that when the boyfriend entered their lives, she could be seen playing all-star with other children and for whatever reason she has just been
inside and there were times when she went outside, she was a different from a happy child that she remembers. >> i had a chance to speak with neighbors and this is what they had to say. >> she was trying to better her life. the little girl that she was on to college and this seemed like she was doing good, last year, he moved in six months later as to change. >> the child stopped coming outside. they had just purchased her a new bike but she was not writing it. it is so tragic. it is just creeping meow just thinking about it. >> i have to agree, the memorial for a child is heartbreaking. there are signs stayed rest in peace
and unused candle boxes. there lighting more candles. when neighbors to get up, we will get their reactions including the reaction from the lawyers. >> we continue to follow this investigation into the death. the results of the autopsy have yet to be released. police say that she showed signs of blunt force trauma and being molested. the grandmother called police on friday, she was afraid that the child's mother was under the influence of drugs. police investigated and could not find any evidence. the next day she was found dead. >> stay with kron4 for continuing coverage. go to our website kron4.com or we have coverage from all our
reporters. a timeline of events that led to her death. >> the time is 5 04 a.m.. >> police and solano county shut down interstate 80 after an officer involved shooting. it happened near dixon, close to the peachtree road off route. police said the the suspect in this case was accused of assault with a deadly weapon in sacramento. they received a call regarding a stolen white truck out of concord. california highway patrol saw the suspect on interstate 80 important over. that is when police say that he charged a one of the office, forcing him to shoot. >> the subject when down and immediately the officers attempted to render for state and take him out of the lane when he became combative. >> the suspect was taken to a hospital in vacaville was on no injuries. police had
interstate 80 eastbound shut down for several hours. >> a brutal day on wall street. investors are hoping for a much better day today. the dow dropped more than 300 points yesterday. this is the biggest one day decline for the dow more than seven months. >> here is a look at the closing numbers. the dow plunged 326 points. the nasdaq lost 106 points. the s&p 500 was down 40 points. >> the dow jones industrial average was 15,549. it looks like things will stabilize in dow futures are up 37. the general reaction is that we normally get three corrections, at least 5% drops during a typical year. we are headed into correction territory, most investors think that this is
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alameda county juvenile justice center, where his attorney says, the case will remain. the judge denied a request to release the team to the custody of his family, however, the court will allow him to attend his sisters' general. >> the former divorce lawyer involved in the so-called dirty deal i police scandal has been sentenced to two years in prison for e illegally eavesdropping on her clients estranged spouse and invading texas. 62 year-old mary nolan of oakland has already relinquished her law license and paid $469,000 after pleading guilty last year. prosecutors say that nolan hired private investigator christopher butler, who is now in prison for drug dealing, to install listening devices on spouses cars to help our clients in divorce and child custody cases. but other testified that he are priced for female and decoys for
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>> just as they were about to recover, the midwest and east coasts are preparing for yet another blast of snow and ice. here is video out of connecticut where the driver is not going anywhere soon. >> the latest bomb was slam the midwest first, with the heaviest snowfall expected in kansas and missouri. and then it is over to philadelphia and new york. those areas have already received at least 8 in. of snow. they will get a another four to 7 in. late today and into tomorrow morning. freezing rain and sleet war also join in on the storm system. >> you did mention that kansas and missouri will probably get the bulk of the
snow. we are forecast and up to 12 in.. you concede it is impacting the southern plains. this is a very large complex system that will slightest way to the eastern seaboard. by the time it reaches philadelphia that may have 12 in.. south of pennsylvania, this is mostly going to be a brain, slate makes. it just depends on the location we will probably see major delays for flights nationwide. 34 degrees for livermore. >> it is a chilly start and temperatures will continue to drop. pretty much bottomed out are around
sunrise. for the afternoon, this is when the temperatures that we should deal with. mid to upper 50s when napa and fairfield and 57. >> i think we will see mid 50s for hayward and low 50's for pleasanton. sunnyvale will be at 57 and cooler through redwood city. although, we are dry you can see the clouds that are racing in. most of us have clear conditions so we will see cloud cover by the afternoon. that is all in preparation for the storm that is coming. we may see rain early as tomorrow night. this may affect your evening commute. when this is done we may accumulate a 10th of an inch and a quarter of an inch for the coastal hills. >> for friday although it will be cold we will see sunshine and afternoon in fact, saturday and sunday you may have to carry your umbrellas. the time is 5:17 a.m.. >> we are not tracking any
hot spots to take a look at the bay bridge is shows light traffic into the macarthur mayes. no delays, san mattel, highway 92, both locations are looking good. so is the trip out to the bayshore freeway. an update in the traffic maps, drive times are 12 minutes from hercules to berkeley and 60 minister the san ramon valley. 580 is sluggish and there's no real problems for south bay freeway conditions. through marin county is under 25 minutes down to the golden gate bridge. >> a former teacher is now under arrest after extra stool in released a video accusing her of sexual abuse.
>> you should be so disgusted with yourself. >> i am. >> the victim, jamie, recorded herself confronting her alleged abuser, andrea michelle cardosa. that video was posted on line and forced her to resign two weeks ago from her job as a school administrator in riverside. s and now faces 16 felony charges. that includes five counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and 11 counts of lewd acts on a child. >> what you did was wrong. >> i regret it. >> jamie says the abuse happened often known for six years, starting when she was 12 years old. another person claiming to be a victim has since filed a complaint, accusing her former school
district of negligence. jenny says she considered going to the police, but thought that the statute of limitations had run out. >> major technology firms released new data on how often they were ordered to give customers information to the nsa. these figures show that the government collected data on thousands of americans. publications by google, facebook, and link ked in to name a few bass-give details about the government's handling of customer data. some companies that provide information for tens of thousands of customers in a six month. >> alvagengrenga turned up in a
heavily--a castaway claims to have spent more than a year addressed in the pacific ocean. he tells cnn in an exclusive interview that he considered killing himself when he ran out of food and water. instead, the man identified as jose salvador alvarenga says that he spent most of his 13 months adrift eating fish and turtles that he caught. >> governor chris chris the now says that he asked his staff to get details on traffic jams in for last drafted there were over. he talked about it on a radio show last night. this is different than what the governor said two months
ago. christie also says that his office got a subpoena from federal criminal investigation of the blocked lanes, which were said to have been part of a political retribution plot. christie denies having embalmed with planning or authorizing these lane closures. >> a convicted killer manage to evade guards and appealed for two electric fences to escape a michigan prison. however, he was tripped up by transportation issues on the outside. authority say that michael david elliott was captured monday night, a day after he escaped. investigators say that he abducted a woman and stole her jeep. he got about 100 mi. south into indiana before the woman fled. he made his way to another indiana community and stolen a car. a sheriff's deputy quickly spotted the stolen
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>> welcome back. it is a cold start to your tuesday. the temperatures in the south bay are 34 degrees. this is just above the freezing mark and mountain view. you should grab a jacket. i will talk about what to expect this afternoon. i will look at rain chance of coming up. >> we're following the latest of oscar winning actor philip seymour hoffman. test confirmed that it was heroin at least some of the 70 plastic bags that were found in his apartment where he was found dead. police are now working to find out if the drug was mixed with anything else. that want to know if hoffmann died from a potent cocktail of heroin and a synthetic morphine fentanyl.
there have been dozens of them laced in dust across the northeast. investigators also found and used syringes, a charred spoon and several prescription medications. >> last year all makers recalled a record number of cars and trucks in the united states. off nearly 22 million cars were recalled, a nine year high. the national highway traffic safety administration says that all makers initiated 632 separate vehicle recalls in 2013, up 9% from 2012. chrysler group initiated the most recalls, with 36. general motors had 23. moss the had the fewest, with two. toyota recalled the most vehicles, with 5.3 million in 15 separate
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kind of dealing with a shift in the weather pattern. the with temperatures below freezing once again. napa 32. thirty to off of the door and vallejo and as we head into the afternoon expects seasonably cool conditions. in fact looks like most of us will be in the mid to upper 50s. unsettled weather back in the forecast as early as tomorrow. i will be talking about forecasting rain totals coming up in 15 minutes. here is george. >>george: thanks erica. with a ride on a 80 westbound leading to the bay bridge toll plaza traffic still very light. through the south bay on the peninsula and the north bay ride all still very light. >>darya: thanks a lot george. accommodating religious holidays and to the academic calendar. it's not sitting well with some university of california
students. the policy the requires that no movie and a conflict with the major religious holiday is what we're talking about the jewish holiday rosh hashana falls at the end of september this year and as a result students are going to have it too weak winter break rather than three weeks. an on-line petition against the chain posted by uc-davis students has got more than 27,000 signatures already. university officials said they cannot change the calendar. >>james: los gatos is the next city to see a plastic bag a ban. according to city officials, retail stores in los gatos are now banned from single use plastic bags. you have to either bring it reusable back or pay 10¢ for a recyclable paper bag. restaurants and nonprofits are exempt. stores that provide services like dry cleaning are also exempt. the ordinance was adopted back in september. los gatos to against 23 other cities in san mateo and santa clara counties in the campaign to prevent
environmental damage. >>darya: san francisco city attorney denis curtin era-- herrera has filed a lawsuit against a social networking site sing it with miners at risk. meet me.com is a popular social network inside that allow strangers to interact. herrera says, the pennsylvania based company violates california laws by relying on legally invalid consent for minors ages 13 to 17 to rebuild their personal information to strangers. the suit alleges that dozens of- nationwide have been targeted by predators and child stockers support of victims' through the social networking site. the lawsuit is seeking a court order to have to meet me dot com follow state law or face a
2500 fine for each violation. meet me dot com released its response to the lawsuit. it says " we care deeply about the safety of all meat meat users. we review hundreds of thousands of photos posted to our services every day. and we compare the information provided by our users to a sex offender registry. " >>james: a new report places the blame of the death of lynne spalding, the woman found in san francisco general stairwell on the hospital and the sheriff's department. the attorney for lynne spalding's children will file a claim later this month against general--san francisco general hospital and a san francisco sheriff's department. the report by state health inspectors shows that a doctor ordered a " coach or severe " for
spaulding. and said to never leave her unattended. and when spaulding did go missing, the shares to permit did not search of a hospital stairwells. despite in order to do so. both the hospital and insurance office say they've made changes and improvements in the wake of spalding's death. >>darya: a new report has a released by san jose state university which details the alleged hazing of 17 year- old african-american student by his dormitory suite mates. the report says that for the most part, school officials responded appropriately, at least according to current school policy. it also notes, the alleged hazing may have continued for so long because the victims and witnesses did not come forward for several weeks. there has been some criticism leveled towards the university's president, claiming that he was slow to respond with hazing allegations came to light.
>>: " i've already had conversations with my staff on changing some of the protocol so that i will be informed and much more timely fashion. " >>darya: students, faculty and community members will hold a series of public meetings aimed at preventing this from every that that ever happening again. >>james: the fda is targeting at rescues in their last antismoking campaign. the campaign called " the real cost " will be on tv, radio and social media. the goal is to target children ages 12 to 17 that are open to our already smoking. the fda says more than 700 kids under 18 become smokers every day. the campaign will cost $150 million. >>mark: we still don't know what it is but we do know it has to move. we are talking about kugels for story has to move. we are talking about kugels for story mystery barge. according to
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all lies on the changing forecast here in the bay area starting the morning off with temperatures near or below freezing. take a look. vallejo 27 right now 333 lead in the door in walnut creek. i will be talking about the rain coming up in my next report. >>anny: off load turns out sugar not only makes you fat but it may be telling you. a new national study, the largest of its kind since consuming too much added sugar and regular soda, cakes, cookies and candy increases your risk of death from heart disease. having said moreau with breakfast a super sized sugary soda at lunch and its allies, after dinner would mean a three- time greater chance of dying prematurely from our problems that for people who eat foods with little added sugar. if it in the bay area, a proposal to tax all that and other sweet drinks is said to be introduced today. officials are talking
again about that tax. for san francisco law makers would like to impose a 2¢ per ounce tax on soft, sports and energy drinks. if passed by the full 11 member board of supervisors the measure would go before local voters for approval or rejection in november. officials estimate the tax could generate as much as $31 million a year. the money would be used to fund recreation and nutrition programs in schools and brought the community. darya? >>darya: 541 coming up on the kron4 morning news. a buzzer beater shot that you don't want to miss three f will ship the video from the san francisco state basketball game. whatoes at first spooul tte le?
right now looking out where the barges on treasure island with an update. jacki what is going on? and it's hard to miss when you're out here that's for sure. we still don't know exactly what it is. what we do know is a can't stay where it's currently at. here's of video from earlier. were you get a better look at it from daylight. eventually we discovered it was actually owned by google. it was some speculation whether it was a data center or floating retail center. either way they were given orders by the state to that they can no longer stay here. it was given to the treasure island trust out here. they said that they did not have the proper permit to be doing the work that they've been doing out here on pier 1 at treasure island for the last several months but so they're going to have to find a different location for this march. if they say that they are working with the city of san francisco to potentially find apot over there that they can go ahead
and move this barge and continue construction. basically what it is is a floating barge about 80 containers on it all welded together. and this isn't the only one. there's others around the country that are also being built and this one here in particular a number of complaints that it didn't belong where it was and finally the step the state stepped in and said you don't have the proper permit a you can do what to do it where you are right now so it has to move. it appears that this barger whenever it is will be on the boot at some point in the near future. there's not much you can see all you could see a scaffolding on the upside. let's face it google has really got their money's worth out of this thing. these things are about $35 million apiece to
build. thus with the weather looks like today. as a fills a lot colder. >>erica: a lot of us below freezing. a significant change and the weather pattern is happening. unsettled weather back in the forecast as early as tomorrow. we are in the upper 30s in san jose in concord. santa rosa currently at the freezing mark. vallejo a few degrees below it. it is 4 napa
oakland today with a high of 58. satellite and radar shows clear skies and the bay area right now but we do have some high clouds racing in. this is all building preparation of the rain headed our way. for those of you curious about conditions in the sierra reits are now it is dry. no snow to talk about a week could see some snow as early as tomorrow evening. in fact when the system is all said and done we can see anything between three to 8 in. by late thursday evening. here's a look to a 7 day around the bay forecast rain is on the way for the bay area three looks like we will continue with scattered showers. on thursday. a dry break for friday. we're back at it once the weekend hits. we could follow the rain into the start of the next work week. at 548 here's a look at traffic now with george.
>>george: thanks erica. still looking pretty well throughout the bay area. a steady buildup of traffic and bridges around the bay like here at the bay bridge toll plaza. mostly in the right-hand lane for the westbound trip for 92 and san mateo bridge it's been an easy ride and we've been and to that free across the span checking the traffic maps. there was an incident in san francisco with a disabled bus here at the allegheny off ramp 2101 north bound and even though it was not on the freeway, the chp has there running brakes on both the north bound to 80 at north bound 101 right near the interchange in order to give cruzan opportunity to clear the bus and that credit a little sluggish traffic. the rest of the bay looks pretty good as you can see with green showing up on the roadways sensors. that means when it speeds throughout the bay especially for the ride all 101 heading north bound along the peninsula at 101 southbound through marin county which has no delays so far on your trip down to
the golden gate bridge. darya? >>darya: thanks a lot george. a bar that just opened in spokane, washington is already getting backlash from the community. residents are angry that the daiquiri factory named one of its drinks a day to grape kool- aid. --date grape koolaid. this is sounds too much like date rape. the bar owner use facebook to get his message across that he is going to he is not going to change the game than just the name. he posted that " date rape is selling out. " >>james: the proposed plan for the new san francisco waterfront arena for the
warriors is being pushed back. it won't open until 2000 to thousand 18 at the earliest. the original anticipated cost was 70 million but after careful review it will need $180 million in investments to bring those peers back to life. members of san francisco's waterfront community spoke their minds last night to port authority's during the citizens' advisory committee meeting. not everyone is looking forward to the arena. this proposed arena have to go for several of reviews and approvals. one of the most important approvals will be made by the board of supervisors next march followed by six months of state and federal approvals. construction will start until june of 2016 and last 27 months.
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this morning on the kron 4 morning news.. new details in the death of a three- year old napa girl. as her mother and her mother's boyfriend are expected in court today. we have the latest in a live report. a brutal day on wallstreet. and investors are hoping to pick back up today. we'll take a look at the futures trading. and we're tracking the cold weather moving through the bay area this morning. erica kato keeping an eye on your forecast. waking up to freezing temperatures. mid thirties live in the house in fairfield agreed it is milder along the coastline. in fact half moon bay. by the afternoon will see plenty of mid to upper 50s. cloud cover will increase but we really are setting the stage for rain on the horizon. gd